Tag Archives: Susan Kaye Quinn

Nuggets of Space Opera Goodness

What happens when you invite eleven best-selling sci-fi authors to contribute a short story to an anthology? You get Dark Beyond the Stars, a space opera extravaganza filled with  AI and drones and gritty space stations and aliens and… I … Continue reading

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What I’m Reading: HUGH HOWEY LIVES by Daniel Arthur Smith

I’ll admit it, I was skeptical at first. A book with the title Hugh Howey Lives seemed like a not-so-subtle way to play on Howey’s fame as an indie author. Still, the book recommendation came from a trusted source, EE … Continue reading

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What I’m Reading: The A.I. CHRONICLES

For the record, I became self-aware as the left foot on a blind man. This first line from the short story “Left Foot on a Blind Man,” by Julie Czerneda has to rank as one of the most original openers … Continue reading

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What I’m Reading: THE LEGACY HUMAN by Susan Kaye Quinn

Susan Kaye Quinn is the kind of author that makes me want to dip into unfamiliar genres, like when I read Third Daughter, her steampunk, Bollywood-ish romance. (I know, me reading romance? But it was really good.) I’m a huge … Continue reading

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David Bruns Interviewed by Scrivener Soapbox

Today I was pleased to be interviewed by TJ Redig, who runs the podcast Scrivener Soapbox. We talked about: My recent new releases of Sacrifice and The Yesterday Adjustment How I came to the world of indie publishing Why fan fiction is … Continue reading

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New Release & Review: THE TELEPATH CHRONICLES

Telepathy, the sixth sense that has long been a staple of science fiction and fantasy. Side note: did you know there is something called a Superpower Wiki? On it you can find an entire page devoted to the different flavors … Continue reading

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Interview with Author & Rocket Scientist, Susan Kaye Quinn

When people ask me about books that have helped me on my indie publishing journey, my first recommendation is always Indie Author Survival Guide, by Susan Kaye Quinn. I launched my own writing career in the fall of 2013–right about … Continue reading

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Book Review: SYNCHRONIC: 13 Tales of Time Travel

Time travel. The ability to change the past. It never gets old (sorry, couldn’t resist). Still, as author Nick Cole reminds us in the Foreword to Synchronic: 13 tales of Time Travel looking back is part of the human condition, … Continue reading

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The Dream Guild Chronicles, An Origin Story, or How I Became a Writer

My new novel Sight launches tomorrow, the second book in my sci-fi/fantasy series The Dream Guild Chronicles, and I have to say, I’m pretty freakin’ excited about it. This post started out as a plug for the new book, but then I … Continue reading

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New Release: Third Daughter by Susan Kaye Quinn

On Friday the 13th, Susan Kaye Quinn released Third Daughter, a steampunk fantasy romance novel and the first installment of The Dharian Affairs Trilogy. Synopsis: The Third Daughter of the Queen wants her birthday to arrive so she’ll be free to marry … Continue reading

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